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suburb of wilkinsburg, known for drug tracking and gun violence. authorities called the attack planned and calculated and announced a $20,000 reward. the owner of a small aviation insurance company in
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to carry guns. lance tolland told his 12 employees to get concealed carry permits and training. then gives them a revolving called the judge. he says the guns are meant to keep the workplace safe. participation. >> lawmakers in california have voted to raise the legal age for buying and using tobacco and e cigarettes from 18 to 21, the higher age limit won an probable despite intense lobbying from the tobacco industry and opposed by republicans who said that the state should butt out of people's personal health decisions. that legislation needs the governor's signature before it can become law. a major recall under way involving very popular frozen foods. necessarily is pulling nearly 3 million boxes ofdy joraniol pizza and lean cuisine meals after customers reported finding glass in their food.
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spinach packaging used in those foods. we have a quick reminder to change your clocks this weekend. daylight saving time officially starts sunday morning at 2:00 a.m., set your clocks ahead by an hour so you lose an hour of sleep this weekend. that's good. you'll show up early if you don't otherwise. >> yes. exactly. >> it's always fall i worry about. >> fall takes awhile to get use odd to. there was nothing to see in that daylight savings story time. this make up for it. >> probably the best video of the morning. streaming in. >> beautiful. >> from captain dave's dolphin and whale safari in dana point in california. stampede. watching trip. >> so experts say the dolphins can stampede at any point. and without any apparent cause. the pods in that area can be up to 10,000 dolphins strong. what a remarkable scene. >> yeah.
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coming up "insomniac theater" a movie to make you scream and one to make you laugh. the reviews are in. >> also ahead, one-on-one with christian bale. his latest role and a look at what the makes him stand out in movie after movie. >> first a sobering look at a growing drug problem across the country. the heroin epidemic and the split second decisions made to you're watching "world news now." approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans insured by unitedhealthcare
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cost housing for those who lost their homes. >> so hard for so many of those people still. >> that drama was playing out pretty much at this hour some five years ago. >> we turn to an abc news investigation, the heroin epidemic in america. over 100 deadly opioid overdoses every day. >> it's one of the country's leading causes of drug-related deaths. just yesterday the senate passed a bill to improve treatment programs. more from abc's david muir. >> in manchester, new hampshire, they're already on track to have the deadliest year yet from heroin. >> all good? >> for more than a year, tracking it in that community, we're with a s.w.a.t. team about to go outton a bust. in this apartment, authorities say a young couple, young addicts also selling to get the money for their next fix. and if you think that's not my family, we met so many parents
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their children. sabrina. >> spencer's world was football. the boy loved to play. >> reporter: droug doug griffin. >> courtney was a lot of fun. she would bring a supply to everyone's face. >> four out of five new users begin with prescriptions. >> the oxycontin. >> there are no boundaries, rich, poor, the middle class. pills, then marijuana. >> spencer switched over to marijuana. >> heroin. >> the police came to my door at 1:00 in the morning and said my son was gone. >> reporter: in so many communities across this country, the needles are everywhere. he shows us the needles, the tool kits they found, families discovering them. >> you've got families calling you saying there are needles at the park, on the little league field. >> yeah. >> reporter: which is why chris is now teaching middle school students 11 and 127b students how to use nar can to bring
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>> how many of you have seen the needles? >> reporter: the students have seen the needles everywhere. >> i saw one just like on the sidewalk and i was like, what is that for? and my mom told me and i was like whoa. >> reporter: and some of the children reveal it's in their own homes. >> these kids are 11 and 12 years owed. that's where we are? >> yeah. >> reporter: and just look, this young girl practicing how to administer the drug to save someone practicing on a teddy bear. david muir, abc news, new york. >> that is a remarkable scene. >> yes. and be sure to tune in tonight for the "20/20" special "breaking point, hoin in america" at 10:00, 9:00 central here on abc, of course. >> part of the problem is the fact these heroin and open. >> eddie: users start taking it it, back off it and when they come back they have to take a higher dosage because their body it's heart breaking. >> one of those tough tough things to break out from. it is an epidemic, of course.
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he's one of hollywood's most sought after talents chris bale going from the dark knight to
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attention. >> he's opening up about another film on everyone's mind, the new batman. abc's nick watt went one-on-one with the star. >> living the life of someone i didn't even know. >> reporter: knight of cups is i'm not. >> let me tell you about you. >> reporter: and its star the uber talented christian bale doesn't love interviews. here goes. >> jeff, gary, j.c., chris, everyone happy? everybody happy? christian, are you happy? >> i'm good. so early in the morning, i'm kind of in a big cloud of happiness right now. >> reporter: the film comes from terrence mahlik, you know "tree of life," "thin red line." >> why should i be afraid to die. >> this deinvolved to the point of not even bothering to have a script. i was the one kept most in the dark. whenever i would speak, they would tell everyone to shut up.
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but he's sort of lost the use of words. >> the effect mesmerizing. >> more of a let's see what happens. therefore the viewing experience is also that, as well. i think it will be very different to each and every person. in that terp, i think it's more interactive instead of being told what you meant to think. >> reporter: bale is english but when he played batman. >> it's very important. there's a great character here. >> reporter: he talked american in interviews. >> he's just such an american icon that everyone would sort of revolt if they heard an english voice saying he was playing batman. >> reporter: he played batman three times in the upcoming reboot, it's ben affleck. >> how is it? >> very different from your batman. >> i've been watching the trailers with my little boy. he's excited. >> reporter: bale's not been on our screen since spielberg's "empire of the sun." >> i loved the experience of doing it even though it was kind of strike.
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these countries by myself which i sort of loved but then you get all the press you have to do afterwards and. >> reporter: then and still now? >> always, yeah, but it's all right. the reason i love being an actor is because i'm not playing myself. something i know how to do. >> there is that, too. i left school really early and never paid attention engs anyway. this isn't a career of last resort. >> reporter: it's the only choice. there is nothing else. i'm not good at anything else. >> reporter: he's amazing at this and night of cups also amazing unlike any movie ever seen. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> it's interesting, huh? >> it is. that movie is in theaters right now. knights of cups and he's an excellent actor. and he's really good at breaking down and talking to the crew members. a great viral video of christian bale going off on some crew members on a set once. you know?
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oh, that familiar theme on a friday morning. time again for "insomniac theater" theater". and look at what's an hitting the theaters rights now. >> if you're looking for a scare this weekend, our first film might be for you. in it a young woman named michele wakes, she wakes up after surviving a terrible car accident to find she's been locked in a doomsday locker with her rescuer. he warns her the world outside has become uninhabitable after a chemical attack and doesn't allow her to leave.
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but is the real danger outside the bunker or is it within? >> no! don't! don't open that door! they're you're going to get all of us killed! >> something's coming. >> oh. >> oh. well, "10 cloverfield lane" is shaping up to be a critical success with eric davis of means.com says it's stuffed with chills, thrills and a neat premise that keeps you guessing till the last shot and mark ryan says it's one of the scariest movies i've seen in a long time. >> because the trailer is pretty scary looking. if you're looking for laughs instead of screams, look no further than the brothers grims by".
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stars as knobby, a soccer hooligan with a heart of gold but rocks for brains after 28 years of search -- knobby is reunited with his long lost brother sebastian who happens to be a very lethal spy on the run after being wrongfully implicated in a terror plot, he must turn to his newly found brother for help and he's about to find knobby isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. >> i need you to carry me. >> come on, get on my shoulder. >> oh. >> sorry. >> hey. >> move away from the car. ticket. >> come on. move. >> not that one. >> didn't expect that. critics are a bit split with pete happened of deadline hollywood calling it baron cohen's best since borat. there hasn't been much. but henry miller of sight and
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simply wittless rubbish. >> rubbish. >> isn't that what we expect from sacha baron cohen movies? yeah, he's good on the rubbish part.
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this morning on "world news now," strategy shift for the republicans. >> how donald trump and his rivals took a dramatically different tone at last night's debate. did any of the candidates break through to the voters without repeated personal attacks? >> primary push from bernie sanders, attracting big crowds in florida. to hillary clinton returning to her home state. the strategy behind her new campaign ads. >> tennis controversy. new details about maria sharapova's positive drug test. who is supporting her for the first time and what a famous competitor is saying. and later, the darkside of social media. one woman's chilling story about how a single post changed her life.
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this friday, march 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good friday morning, everybody. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we're going to begin with the latest republican debate marked by a drastic shift in tone. >> who were those masked men on the stage there. >> somebody put a xanax in their water. they faced off in miami last night but this time, get this, they stuck to the issues. insults. with the next round of make or break primaries just days away, of course, even donald trump was uncharacteristically low key. we get more now from abc's kenneth moton. >> reporter: republican front-runner donald trump took the stage with a double digit lead in florida. trump was asked to explain his wednesday statement "i think islam hates us." >> did you mean all 1.6 billion muslims.
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i mean a lot of them. there is tremendous hate. where large portions of a group of people, islam, large portions want to use very, very harsh means. >> the candidates took on the issues including how to handle violence in the middle east. >> there is no peace deal possible with the palestinians as the there moment. there just isn't. >> i will rip to shreds there catastrophic iranian nuclear deal. >> trump was on the spot after he was accused his complain manager was accused of roughing her up. >> obviously no one wants to be touched and violated like that. >> trump was asked about violence at his rallies. >> we have some protesters who have done bad things. they are swinging. they are really dangerous. >> reporter: trailing badly, floer senator marco rubio is making what could be a last stand in his home state. texas senator ted cruz in second place says he's the only viable alternative to trump. governor john kasich hopes to
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home state of ohio. this was the last debate before so-called super tuesday 3 next week which promises be a turning point in the campaign. the republicans and democrats have a full weekend of campaign events in several states. besides ohio and florida, there are also contests in north carolina, missouri and illinois on tuesday. reena and kendis. >> hey there thank you so much, kenneth mo tune. the candidates abandoned the school yard antics for for their most civil face to face discussion yet. >> abc's political director rick klein gives us his analysis on the debate from miami. good morning, rick. >> reporter: reena and kendis, donald trump tamed himself. his ultimate enemy finally he showed control dominated the stage because no one was attacking him. by far the tamest republican debate to date. republicans saving their tamest for the last. and the other candidates seemingly not wanting to hit donald trump. they had tried so many strategies and failed in the past. this time around they decided to
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was left standing at the end. he is the overwhelming front-runner. the other candidates playing in their own zones, playing in their own lanes. after some of the most wild debates we've had, republicans are ending with an essential whimper and growing acceptance that donald trump likely to be the nominee. the next contest, of course, critical. reena and kendis. >>t was a bit of a whimper. thank you. as for the republicans as the republicans took the stage rather, hillary clinton wrapped up a rally in suburban chicago. she didn't mention trump by name but she had she said when you run for president, it matter what's you say. in the meantime, her campaign has rolled out a new ad featuring the leading women of shonda rhimes' hit smoepz kerry washington, viola davis, ellen pompeo and rhimes herself all praising clinton as a champion of the real world. and bernie sanders is hoping for more surprise victories in those key primaries next week. he made several campaign stops
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rallying about 20,000 people all together. sanders promised to expand social security and told supporters he could clinch florida if there's a large turnout. the world says farewell to former first lady nancy reagan. her funeral is being held today at her husband's presidential library in california. relatives of every president dating back to jfk will attend. abc's lauren had lifter has the details. >> reporter: crowds filing into the reagan library to pay final respects to nancy reagan. here lying in repose. >> forward march. >> reporter: mrs. reagan's casket made its solemn and ceremonious arrival wednesday. >> into your hands, oh, lord, we commend our sister nancy. >> reporter: bus loads of people following shortly after to remember the former first lady. >> she's totally behind her husband. and i think that's a beautiful thing to see. >> reporter: behind her husband
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years of marriage and soon she will be laid to rest beside him at the library in this hillside tomb. after wednesday's funeral procession to bring her to the library, final preparations are under way for the private funeral of 1,000 invited guests including michelle obama and hillary clinton friday morning. >> security's going to be very tight. we've got a number of extremely important dignitaries coming from around the world. >> reporter: giving readings and remarks at that private service, mrs. reagan's son and daughter, journalists. >> dan: sawyer and tom brokaw and treasury secretary and the former prime minister of canada. lauren lyster abc news, simi valley, california. >> abc news will have live coverage of the funeral starting at 2:00 eastern this afternoon. and reagan, of course, is known for bringing glamour back to the white house. there certainly was a lot of that on the display at the executive mansion last night. president obama welcomed
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justin trudeau last night for a state dinner. the first plan prime minister to get that the treatment in nearly 20 years, praising him for his policies on climate change and refugees while also taking playful jabs over hockey and justin bieber. president obama announced he in june. >> looked like a really fun >> it's always fun. a treasure trove of inside information surfaced about members of ice. 22,000 pages of documents have reportedly been leaks by a former isis member to the british media listing the personnel data of jihadis from 51 nations. the documents include a detailed form asking about blood type, skills, and whether the applicant is interested in fighting or becoming an suicide attacker. prosecutors are set to formally charge iran for the 2013 cyberattack on a dam outside new york city. the hackers never managed to
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investigators say they never posed any danger. no arrests are expected but the feds hope the indictment will act as a deterrent. to top executives of one of the nation's largest veteran support organizations have been fired. wounded warrior project ceos steve nar destee and cee al jordan fellow are accused of jandering millen i don'ts of donation travel and lavish retreats. according to reports, spending on conferences and meetings skyrocketed by more than 1500% after nar desee took over surpassing from the group spends on recovery for wounded warriors. for the first time since she announced her failed drug test it, maria sharapova is getting support from one of her major sponsors. her racket supplier head is sticking with her. the company also saying it will extend its current deal with sharapova. meantime, the best player in the women's tennis game was blunt. when asked about sharapova's situation.
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you know, as everyone else, i don't think anyone was expecting that. so that was pretty much my reaction, just shock. >> that, of course, serena williams you heard from. at least three of sharapova's other major sponsors have suspended support of her. she faces a lengthy ban. she failed a drug test at the australian open and admits to taking the drug meldonium for various health issues. >> sort of a sports note now. the marquee match-up in the nba last night saw lebron james and cleveland cavaliers visiting kobe bryant and the lakers >> and with bryant retearing after the season, it was the last time the two stars would be on the floor together early on, bryant showed the king how it's done. >> so they call him the black mamba. he had the ball. bryant getting james up in the air. then he took it to the hoop as you saw. in the end, james had the last laugh.
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>> james has really dominated the regular season winning 15 of the 22 times between the two of them through the years. but i don't believe it's over till it's over. i think there will be another face-off, maybe for charity. >> retirement. >> maybe just for "world news now" only. >> who is better of all time? lebron, kobe? crickets. >> michael jordan. >> yeah. >> he was pretty good. >> he's good. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i hear he does good sneakers, too. >> he's got a few jordans. pretty good. >> moving on. >> coming up "the mix," online reviews of restaurants and hotels. we're about to share a posted review of a prison cell. >> did this really happen. >> that was definitive. michael jordan. prison review. >> oh, that. >> tons of chocolate bars dumped into a ditch and set on fire. why did all this candy go up in smoke? >> and later warnings about the darkest side of the internet. how one woman's ordeal can be a
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let's end this. you're watching 15 tons of snicker bars being dumped into a bomb crater in gaza and then set on fire on orders by hamas authorities. the bars were collected from stores and distributors after mars issued a mass recall saying a small piece of red plastic was found in its netherlands factory last month.
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she is chocolate bars you can't get stuff in. it comes in through underground tunnels from egypt and the sigh fly. it's not easy to get these chocolate bars from here. so this is a big deal. >> this is a travesty. >> on so many levels. >> recall on our website. >> more details on the website. >> how about we move on to pistachios. they were produced in california and sold nationwide. they've been recalled because they may be contaminated with salmonella sold under the brand names wonderful pair month farms and trader joe's. health officials are investigating 11 cases of salmonella across nine states. no deaths have been reported. >> even with a few extra days to file this year, the tax deadline is fast approaching. the irs is out with a sobering figure showing us how important it is to file those returns. the irs says it has nearly a billion dollars sitting on the table waiting to be claimed by nearly a million taxpayers who
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who better to explain it than rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: a staggering statistic about your taxes. americans are losing out on an estimated $1 billion in refunds each year. $460 a person. >> okay, so how do i get that. >> reporter: there are many little known tax deductions. >> you can deduct the cost of your work uniform from your taxes. >> true. >> reporter: in fact, anything you buy for work, uniforms, supplies and tools you use on the job can all be deducted. >> are you saving for retirement. >> i am. i'm on an ira. >> you can deduct it. >> depending how much you make. you can even deduct financial planning expenses and some magazine subscriptions. >> that's awesome. i didn't know that. >> reporter: plus a break for people who travel during business hours. you can't deduct the cost of going to and from work but you can deduct the cost of transportation within the workday. >> reporter: if you're working part time with two jobs, you can deduct some of the cost of getting from one job to the next.
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a billion dollars more according to the irs for people who didn't claim their tax refunds in the year 2012. what you need to do to get access to that money, file those late taxes, those 2012 taxes by mid-april this year, you could be due $718. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> thank you. that's good to know. >> great info. >> reporter: coming up, why a handful of people are actually volunteering to go to jail under cover. we'll go behind the scenes of this bizarre new show and find out who can handle life on the inside. >> but first, meet the woman who says the internet ruined her life. how one wrong social media had people threatening her life. you're watching "world news
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make sure you're connected, the writings's on the wall >> there are no songs about the internet. so you went with that. nice job. internet is great for staying connected, but there's a darkside to the web and that darkside is at the center of a new unscripted series called "the internet ruined my life." >> it follows people whose worlds have been turned upside often through one single post. here's juju chang. >> this actress said she never saw it coming. > i went to sleep and the following morning, referring kind of hit the fan. >> reporter: one single act changed her life forever. >> i was receiving death threats. it was devastating. >> reporter: and the cause of all this hatred? a single tweet. >> i never thought that one tweet would ruin my life. >> reporter: a place where something meant for a laugh or a share. >> thousands of people are telling me you don't deserve to live. >> reporter: can tear a person's life apart. it's the new reality for 20
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sci-fi series "is the internet ruins my life." for nicole that moment came in the form of an acting gig as an extra on her favorite show "glee." nicole often took to witter to speculate mostly rumors about the show. so nicole sent out a tweet that wouldn't even make sense to most people. >> k is pq and pk. >> you tell anyone else what happened. >> reporter: the cryptic letters a code, a major plot spoiler saying character kurt would be prom queen analyst longtime bully prom king. >> i woke up to thousands of e-mails of new people following me on twitter and i was like, wait, what's going on here? >> reporter: the fallout from her tweet quickly became clear wlel a producer saw it and responded saying who are you you to spoil something talented people have spent months to create?
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something besides work in entertainment. >> i couldn't believe he could come across my tweet. a lot of people were saying they wanted me to die. @nicole ca ruth they are? are you going to be hit by a train. >> that would be fun. >> there is no difference between someone being threatened with physical violence, emotional violence or death threats on a face to face basis than online. >> reporter: nicole says she was black listed from working as an extra. five years later, she now works with her pape's roofing business doing of all things, social media. >> if i could go back in time and change it, yes, i probably would. i probably would be have liked to save myself the stress and the pain that i went through. >> reporter: juju chang, abc news, new york. >> never know. you've got to be so careful with what you post online. >> you do have to be careful about the people who respond to it. we also had that spore not long
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photo of her first child online and some other folks from the internet used that photo to say this woman had 14 babies with 14 different dads. >> i do remember that. >> she got a lot of hate mail of that. >> coming up, an online review of a jail cell. i can't believe this is real. >> we'll find out if it's a five star. music introducing new k-y touch gel cr me. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. cough if you can hear me. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry
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he's in jail the images from his cell. the police aren't laughing and said they going to look into it. there could be a breach of security. >> it really is a five star. this is also from the uk. a bunch of guys out golfing like there is cute. there fox is coming up to our bag. it's cute. it's not going to want to do anything and just kind of hanging out till he takes his wallet and runs with it. >> supply fox. >> they chase after him. finally he dropped the wallet. there's an apb out for the fox right now. but now we have an all new polka.
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this morning on "world news now," republican surprise. donald trump and his rivals setting aside personal attacks in place of substance at last night's debate, as the democrats head for political battleground states. life or death. the family held hostage by an escaped prisoner. the fear in their home and what they did to bring this ordeal to an end. new this half hour, cracking down on men who hog seats on mass transit. offenders can take away up to one city's plan to give out huge fines. later in "the skinny," the
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blame canada for them, with the obamas and the trudeaus. a big story, who did not make it there. it's friday, march 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> poutine. >> very, very canadian. >> you think that's what they served last night? >> oh, god, i hope not. because poutine is only good at 3:00 a.m. after a long night in montreal. >> and you spend a lot of time in montreal. so you would know. >> so i would know. >> we are going to begin with the kinder, gentler field of republicans laying out their differences in the most respectful manner yet. this is not how i expected us to start our broadcast. >> last night's gop match-up in miami took on an unquestionably grown-up tone. gone were the brutal attacks and vulgar references leaving more time for issues like trade and foreign policy.
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>> reporter: in miami, no short fingered snipes. >> i will let donald speak for himself. >> reporter: all of the candidates sought to appear more presidential. >> on tuesday night, i didn't do as well, obviously, as a wanted to, and you was a little bit disappointed when i got home. >> reporter: including trump. >> so far, i cannot believe how civil it's been up here. >> reporter: quite the contrast from the last gop debate. it. i know it's hard. >> when they're done with the yoga, can i answer a question? >> you cannot. >> reporter: all those school yard taunts. >> i have a policy question for you. >> let's see if he answers it. >> i will. don't worry about it, marco. don't worry about it, little marco i will. >> reporter: either bounced off or backfired. cnn's jake tapper asked trump about his statements that islam hates us. >> did you mean all 1.6 billion muslims? >> i mean a lot of them.
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>> reporter: marco rubio pushed back. >> let me say, i know that a lot of people find appeal in the things donald says because he says the things they wish they could say. the problem is presidents can't just say anything they want. it has consequences here and around the world. >> marco talks about consequences. you can be politically correct if you want. i don't want to be so politically correct. i like to solve problems. >> i'm not interested in being politically correct. i'm interested in being correct. >> reporter: that's about as heated as it got. rubio and john kasich both fighting hard to win their home cruz is hoping to be the last man standing to challenge trump. >> there's some folks in washington -- > donald, you are welcome to be president of the smithsonian. >> reporter: there were four of now getting set to endorse trump. how many of them will be still standing the next time they david wright, abc news, new york. well, the democrat are on ahead of tuesday's crucial
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hillary clinton spoke in suburban chicago not far from her childhood home looking to sharpen her message on jobs and the economy. meanwhile, her campaign has rolled out a new ad featuring the leading women of shonda rhimes hit tv shows, kerry washington, viola davis, ellen pompeo and rhimes praising clinton as a champion of the real world. >> bernie sanders is holding rallies in three states today but yesterday his focus was on delegate-rich florida. he made several campaign stops attracting about 20,000 people in all. sanders promised to expand social security and he told supporters he could win florida if there's a large voter turnout. >> quite a crowd in tampa and quite a crowd last night at the white house for the first official state dinner for canada in nearly 20 years. president obama welcomed canada's new prime minister justin trudeau, praising him for his policies on climate change and refugees. both leaders noting their close ties. trudeau even saying the two are closer than friends, more like
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we'll have much more from the state dinner and what they drank. is that some ice wine? >> you did bring me a bottle of ice wine. >> former first lady nancy right next to her husband at his presidential library. thousands of well-wishers paying their respects to mrs. reagan over the last two days. relatives of every president dating back to jfk will attend her funeral today. first lady michelle obama will be there, as well, along with hillary clinton and george w. abc news will have live coverage of the funeral starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. ten states in the south are under flood watches and warnings as almost two feet of rain has triggered historic flooding. killed by floodwaters stretching streets, highways and entire neighborhoods. more than 3,000 families in one are under a mandatory evacuation. >> be ready to evacuate at a moment's notice because when the
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quickly. >> and it's not over yet. louisiana, mississippi could see another 10 inches of rain through saturday. and an eight-day manhunt for a dangerous murder suspect has rafael mccloud was shot and killed in mississippi after he broke into a home and held a family hostage. abc's linsey davis reports on the terrifying hours inside of that home. >> reporter: relief in a police say this man, a fugitive, was killed during a terrifying home invasion. >> reporter: police say rafael mccloud who faced rape and murder charges, broke out of jail last week after holding an officer at knifepoint. >> we consider this man dangerous. he was armed with a homemade shank when he left the jail. >> reporter: his escape sparked an intense manhunt. less than a mile away from that jail, police say mccloud forced his way into a home, taking a man, his wife, and their 5-year-old child held hostage for hours.
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the back is in the bath tub. >> we believe there was a struggle ensued inside the home with the homeowner. up, then stabbed in the his wife able to grab the gun. once her husband could get free, he shot and killed mccloud. mccloud was pronounced dead at the scene. while the husband was hospitalized, police say his injuries were not life-threatening and his wife and son were not harmed. linsey davis, abc news, new york. details have just been released about a unique drug bust at new york's jfk airport earlier this month. officers noticed inconsistencies when they x-rayed seed cakes being carried by a man from mexico. those inconsistencies turned out to be packages of cocaine. oh, so that's seed cakes? i was wondering what that was. two pounds of it in total. the street value of the coke was about $33,000. the man who was carrying them was arrested on the spot. i never had seed cakes before. >> i wouldn't want those, that type of seed cake.
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smugglers, this is surprising. students on spring break unknowingly being turned into blind mules. smugglers target americans who are visiting mexico who they know either work or live relatively close to the border. they attach their drugs under the victims' cars with strong magnets along with a gps tracking device and trucks with rear mounted tires are targeted, as well. >> they can just come up, slit the tire open. throw the drugs in there. put the cover back on. and just let you go on your way. >> the scariest part about all this is the gps that sends smugglers to your home or business to retrieve the package. officials say if you're going to mexico, don't tell people where you're from. and thoroughly check your car before getting to the checkpoint. oh, boy, this is incredible for a lot of people who hated this. an effort under way in san san francisco to punish guys who engage in one of the most despised practices on mass transit.
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>> i didn't know what manspreading was. >> this is what it is. >> man spreading is when some dude takes up the space of more than one seat for whatever reason. there's a lot of those shots. now a proposal in the bay area calls for hefty fines for offenders. >> here's the deal. first offense is going to get you $100, the second time 200 bucks. and repeat offenders after that would get $500. what are they going to do, send people out to patrol the man spreading? >> to measure stance, how wide it is. >> do they take a picture of you? like a speeding ticket with cameras? >> yes. you took up too many inches. sorry. >> all right. >> weird. >> it's a troubling situation if you take the subway in new york city. and you don't as a woman want to go up to the guy, excuse me, close your legs. it's an inappropriate conversation for people to have. >> i didn't know this was a thing. coming up in "the skinny," we're going to investigate the new york subway system. hollywood comes to the white house. superstars at last night's state dinner. the real story, who was not
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>> seven brave people who are not criminals who agreed to be locked up in a notorious jail. what they discovered undercover. >> after today's forecast map, a "pineapple express" hits the west coast today and in honor of trudeau, it is going to be 44 degrees in the home of drake and the weekend. toronto. human coronavirus... hepati- >>c virus. there are a lot of different kinds of yucky germs. but not all disinfecting wipes... are approved to kill the same number of them. lysol wipes are approved to kill more types of germs than clorox. don't pick just any wipe. try that one! this cold and flu season lysol that. let's get these dayquil liquid gels and go. but these liquid gels are new. mucinex fast-max.
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the two men threw a drink at his vehicle, pulled their car in front of his, got out and pounded on his windows. he got away but then they caught up with him again. an urgent manhunt is under way in new mexico for two violent convicts who escaped from a prison transport van. both men were shackled and wearing white jumpsuits when they got away and both are heavily tattooed. police say they were spotted in albuquerque yesterday in a vehicle with a woman, then ran off into a neighborhood in the northwest part of the city. a new a&e documentary offers a look at what really happens inside one of the country's most troubled jails. >> it's called "60 days in." innocent people go behind bars and shed light on corruption. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: one county jail. >> i never even had handcuffs on me. >> reporter: seven innocent civilians. >> did i do the right thing here? >> reporter: 60 days.
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days in," seven brave souls agree to be locked up undercover with neither the guards or prisoners knowing they haven't been convicted of a crime. >> when you met the recruits, you thought, oh, my gosh, they're not going to all make it. >> as it plays out, it's like this person has no clue. >> reporter: this stomach-churning social experiment all taking place in clark county jail, in jeffersonville, indiana, a facility with a history of corruption, drugs, and violence. >> when i took over as sheriff, the inmate behavior was >> reporter: did you worry you're putting your career on the line by putting innocent >> yeah, i did. nights. >> reporter: with hundreds of cameras planned throughout the jail capturing their journey, the seven average civilians ranging from a social worker to a marine, a teacher, and a military stay at home mother of >> were you scared out of your >> i was absolutely petrified. >> reporter: the civilians faced gut wrenching and volatile realities. >> they're already suspicious of me. >> reporter: without protection or barely a safety net.
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corruption that usually takes place deep in the shadows. >> reporter: did you fire any corrections officers after this? >> we did, we made some arrests. we had several that will actually quit. >> reporter: what are you hoping that the tv viewer gets out of have watching this? >> this is not a place i want to be. >> reporter: juju chang, abc news, new york. >> we got that message loud and clear just from her piece. i would not want to be there. i don't think i could do it. >> no interest even as knowing you can get out of it. >> no way. and 60 days, right? >> that's a pretty long time. >> would you do it? less time in prison than that. no, it's all right. i'll pass on that. out at the white house state dinner plus, the "star wars" celebrity refusing to let online haters pull her to the darkside. "the skinny" up next.
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skinny, so skinny okay. so we don't normally cover the white house in "the skinny," but at last night's state dinner the stars were out. >> yeah, they were. the occasion, of course, the visit of the canadian prime minister mr. justin trudeau and his wife sophie. he was looking great. but apparently stealing the spotlight according to brian it
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who looks amazing in a custom jason wu gown. >> can't go wrong with jason wu. the midnight blue floral design getting high praise overnight from fashion bloggers. among the attendees who raised a glass to the north american alliance, you recognize them. >> that would be ryan reynolds. >> best known canadians with his american wife blake lively, the power couple looking stunning as always and then of course, mike myers there with the platinum hair along with "saturday night live" producer loren michaels. >> after dinner, sara bareilles performed her hit song "brave" accompanied by the washington performing arts children of the gospel choir. bareilles is american, not canadian. maybe avril lavigne was busy. canada's biggest entertainers were apparently unavailable. drake who you see there, he's canadian, couldn't make it. >> and, of course, this guy, uh-huh, justin. he and his jumpsuit even though
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homeland, there with stephen harper. he was not in attendance. >> maybe he didn't want to wear a tux. it was a black tie affair. >> wayne gretzky. . >> wayne gretzky wasn't there. mario lemieux. >> sidney crosby not there. alanis morissette was not there. >> getty lee from rush was not there. >> i get it. i get it. we're going to call the state department, give them a new list from "world news now." >> ryan gosling, also canadian. >> ryan adams, still in the summer of '69. he wasn't there. >> thank you guys. draft up that letter. we'll send it to the white house and the state department. >> shania twain, celine dion. >> next to daisy ridley. we all know daisy ridley. you. we're going to cut your mikes off. >> the train has left the building. >> daisy ridley known to billions as rey from the new
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internet. >> the 23-year-old actress responded to a body shaming meme making an the rounds online, the image depicting her and referencing her slim figure as setting unrealistic expectations for girls. >> ridley boldly replied by saying, "real women are all shapes and sizes. i'm a real woman like every other woman in the world," and urged her supporters not to attack anyone who created or shared the meme. and in other news, ridley has been reportedly tapped to play laura croft in a reboot of "tomb raider," the film that starred angelina jolie as the video game character. >> yeah, very cool. >> sticking with movie news, there's a new trailer that has everyone talking. > the avengers are returning in "captain america civil war." in this brand-new trailer, one avenger from the marvel comics is finally joining the team on the big screen. take a look. >> all right. i've run out of patience. on the roofs! >> hey, everyone. >> the webbed one spiderman
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take a look. >> she was one of the greatest first ladies, extraordinary human being. >> mrs. reagan was a woman of incredible strength and grace. >> i know how much she meant, not just to president reagan but to the country as a whole. >> do you swear that you're going to vote for donald trump tomorrow? raise that hand. i love you! i love you! >> this notion of demanding people stand and raise their hands pledging allegiance, we're familiar with that. in monarchies, the kings and queens demand that of their subjects. >> we are if elected president going to invest a lot of money into mental health and when you watch these republican debates, you know why! >> i'm proud of the campaign that senator sanders and i are running. >> the bernie sanders campaign, the political revolution that we are talking about is strong in
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>> i won one of the contests and lost another close one. >> madame secretary, i will match my record against yours any day of the week. >> the train flipped. we started seeing water coming it was rising fast. >> it's scary. it's still scary. you know? somebody was watching over us everybody got out and everybody's going to hopefully be okay. >> i was pretty rocked. i felt numb. i still was holding out hope that bubba did not do this to me. >> i know that with this, i face consequences. and i've -- i don't want to end my career this way. >> i've finished my football race, and after 18 years, it's time. >> who's going to replace him? >> that's a big question in denver right now because the guy they had in mind is signing on with the texans.
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good morning. >> and i'm kendis gibson. topping our friday morning headlines here on "world news now," at least four people have been killed and thousands of families evacuated in historic flooding stretching across ten southern states. nearly two feet of rain has also fallen and some areas will see another 10 inches by the details straight ahead. >> playing nice. the republicans hold their most civil debate yet trading in name calling for hot button issues. even donald trump on his best behavior just days before a critical round of winner take all primaries. former first lady nancy reagan will be laid to rest today next to her husband at his
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california. first lady michelle obama will be there to represent the first family. abc news will have live coverage today starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. >> in their final meeting on the court, kobe bryant seriously faked out lebron james last night early in the cab vs/lakers game. james had the last laugh though. cleveland won the game by 18 points. bryant is retiring at the end of this season. those are some of our top stories on this friday, march 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we'll get started this half hour flooding in the south. flood watches and warnings, the hardest hit louisiana where the national guard has rescued hundreds of stranded victims. abc's phillip mena is in the flood zone. >> reporter: the never-ending rain sending a warning -- get out while you can. over a foot and a half of rain
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many roads, even interstates, overtaken by floodwaters, fish swimming in the streets. subdivisions blocked off. the levee is already overflowing in this bossier city subdivision. could be catastrophic. more than 3,000 families here under mandatory evacuations. sarah and her father jim taking her 5-year-old tucker to safety. he has special needs. >> you have to have access to an ambulance. and they can't get an ambulance back there. >> the fire chief stacy madden says he's never seen anything like this. >> if the water comes up, you lose power and you're in the dark and your house is wet, you'd rather be somewhere else. >> reporter: the national guard here too using trucks that can drive in high water rescuing nearly 400 people in the last 24 hours. a warning, flash floods can swamp your car in seconds. just 18 inches of water is enough to lift an suv.
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two were in their vehicles. the flooding stretches for hundreds of miles from texas to arkansas and beyond. this is far from over. they're expecting about another foot of rain in the coming days. and officials expect the flooding to continue into next week. phillip mena, abc news, bossier city, louisiana. >> it's going to be a long clean-up effort there as you can tell. let's take a look at today's forecast. heavy rain again today in texas and the gulf coast. that "pineapple express" the storm system is hitting the southwest with flooding, downpours and up to five feet of mountain snow, spring-like in the midwest. >> 70s and 80s in atlanta and miami. 60s in l.a. and minneapolis. 50s in great falls and boston. now to politics and the republicans keeping it civil as they squared off in miami. in a stark departure from earlier debates, all four candidates refrained from mud slinging and talking over one another.
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like immigration and trade, but trump doubled down on an earlier comment that islam hates us. sparking a heated exchange with marco rubio. >> well, let me say i know that a lot of people find appeal in the things donald says because he says what people wish they could say. the problem is presidents can't just say anything they want. it has consequences here and around the world. >> marco talks about consequences. you can be politically correct if you want. i don't want to be so politically correct. i like to solve problems. >> i'm not interested in being politically correct. i'm interested in being correct. >> trump was asked if he did anything to encourage violence at his rallies like this video of this supporter sucker punching a protester. he says he doesn't condone violence but he added that americans are angry over what's going on in the country. >> last night was also a big night at the white house which welcomed guests from our neighbor to the north. president obama hosted canada's new prime minister along with a host of canadian celebrities. abc's serena marshall has the latest.
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president barack obama and canadian prime minister justin trudeau in d.c. for the first state visit by a canadian prime minister in almost 20 years. >> cheers. >> reporter: from a star-studded state dinner that included a performance by sara bareilles. to the official arrival ceremony fawning over a baby, and trading a few friendly jabs. >> there's some things we will probably never agree on. whose beer is better, who's better at hockey? where is the stanley cup right now? >> reporter: the bromance turning into #truebama. the dynamic panda loving boxing 44-year-old often compared to obama both campaigned on a message of hope and change.
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to count on a friend who has lived through many of the things that i'm about to encounter on a international stage, it's a >> reporter: the two leaders recommitting to the u.s./canada relationship including new emissions from gas and oil production. obama reassured trudeau although searches for moving to canada are up, his country was safe from the an american surge following the election. >> in 2012 when there was the possibility that i might be were threatening to go to canada, as well. >> reporter: expect the bromance to continue this summer when president obama heads to canada for the northern american leader summit where he will also address the canadian parliament. serena marshall, abc news, washington. >> thank you. forward with his plan to nominate a supreme court justice for the vacancy created after the death of antonin scalia. the president is said to be interviewing at least five
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but republicans on capitol hill insist anyone he nominates will not get a hearing or a vote. >> there hasn't been a vacancy created in a presidential election year filled in 80 years. this vacancy will not be filled we will look forward to the american people deciding who they want to make this appointment through their own votes. >> but according to an abc news/washington post poll, 63% selection be process should be stalled. president obama says he will do his job and he expects that the senate will do it as outlined in the constitution. >> police outside of pittsburgh are searching for two men who opened fire at a backyard cookout killing six people including a woman who was eight months pregnant. three of the victims were siblings and two others cousins it happened in the largely black suburb of wilkinsburg, known for drug trafficking and gun authorities called the attack planned and calculated and announced a $20,000 reward.
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aviation insurance company in georgia is now requiring workers to carry guns. lance toland told his 12 employees to get concealed carry then gives them a revolver toland says the guns are meant to keep the workplace safe. he also says that he's had 100 participation. >> lawmakers in california have voted to raise the legal age for buying and using tobacco and e cigarettes from 18 to 21, the higher age limit won an probable despite intense lobbying from the tobacco industry and opposed by republicans who said that the state should butt out of people's personal health decisions. that legislation needs the governor's signature before it can become law. a major recall under way involving very popular frozen foods. nestle is pulling nearly 3
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stouffer's lasagna and lean cuisine meals after customers can reported finding glass in their food. the company says the glass may have come from the spinach packaging used in those foods. we have a quick reminder to change your clocks this weekend. daylight saving time officially starts sunday morning at 2:00 a.m. set your clocks ahead by an hour so you lose an hour of sleep this weekend. that's good. you'll show up early if you don't otherwise. >> yes. exactly. >> it's always fall i worry about. >> fall is a tough one. it takes awhile to get used to. there was nothing to see in that daylight savings story time. that's okay. this make up for it. >> probably the best video of the morning. streaming in. >> beautiful. >> from captain dave's dolphin and whale safari in dana point in california. that's what's called a dolphin stampede. it was recorded during a whale watching trip. >> so experts say the dolphins can stampede at any point. and without any apparent cause. the pods in that area can be up to 10,000 dolphins strong.
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>> yeah. >> thanks, guys. coming up "insomniac theater" a movie to make you scream and one to make you laugh. the reviews are in. >> also ahead, one-on-one with superstar christian bale. his latest role and a look at what the makes him stand out in movie after movie. >> first a sobering look at a growing drug problem across the country. the heroin epidemic and the split second decisions made to save someone from an overdose. you're watching "world news now." n overdose. you're watching "world news now." approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare
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moved farther inland where the government is building some low cost housing for those who lost their homes. >> so hard for so many of those people still. >> that drama was playing out pretty much at this hour some five years ago. incredible. >> we turn now to you an abc news investigation, the heroin epidemic in america. over 100 deadly opioid overdoses every day. >> it's one of the country's leading causes of drug-related deaths. just yesterday the senate passed a bill to improve treatment programs. as you know. we get more now from you abc's david muir. >> reporter: in manchester, new hampshire, they're already on track to have the deadliest year yet from heroin. >> all good? >> for more than a year, tracking it in that community, we're with a s.w.a.t. team about to go out on a bust. in this apartment, authorities say a young couple, young addicts also selling to get the money for their next fix. and if you think that's not my
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who never thought it would be their children. sabrina. >> spencer's world was football. the boy loved to play. >> reporter: doug griffin. >> courtney was a lot of fun. she would bring a smile to everybody's face. >> reporter: four out of five new heroin users begin with prescription pain pills. >> spencer got hurts in a game. >> the oxycontin. >> there are no boundaries, rich, poor, the middle class. pills, then marijuana. >> spencer switched over to marijuana. >> heroin. >> heroin. >> the police came to my door at 1:00 in the morning and said my son was gone. >> reporter: in so many communities across this country, the needles are everywhere. he shows us the needles, the tool kits they found, families discovering them. >> you've got families calling you saying there are needles at the park, on the little league field. >> yeah. >> reporter: which is why chris
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students, 11 and 12 years old how to use naloxone or nar canas it's called to bring someone back from a heroin overdose. >> how many of you have seen the needles? >> reporter: the students have seen the needles everywhere. >> i saw one just like on the sidewalk and i was like, what is that for? and my mom told me and i was like whoa. >> reporter: and some of the children reveal it's in their own homes. >> these kids are 11 and 12 years old. >> that's where we are? >> yeah. >> reporter: and just look, this young girl practicing how to administer the drug to save someone practicing on a teddy bear. david muir, abc news, new york. >> that is a remarkable scene. >> yes. and be sure to tune in tonight for the "20/20" special "breaking point, heroin in america" at 10:00, 9:00 central here on abc, of course. >> part of the problem is the fact these heroin and opiod users start taking it, back off it and when they come back they
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because their body is tolerant of it. it's heart breaking. >> one of those tough, tough things to break out from. it is an epidemic, of course. >> yeah.
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he's one of hollywood's most
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bale, of course, and he's now going from "the dark knight" to "knight of cups." his new film getting a lot of attention. >> he's opening up about another film on everyone's mind, the new batman. abc's nick watt went one-on-one with the star. >> living the life of someone i didn't even know. >> reporter: "knight of cups" is so darn clever. i'm not. >> let me tell you about you. >> reporter: and its star the uber talented christian bale "american hustle" "the dark knight" doesn't love interviews. here goes. >> jeff, gary, j.c., chris, everyone happy? everybody happy? christian, are you happy? >> i'm good. so early in the morning, i'm kind of in a big cloud of happiness right now. >> reporter: the film comes from famed director terrence malik, you know "tree of life," "thin red line." >> why should i be afraid to die. >> this devolved to the point of not even bothering to have a script. i was always the one kept most in the dark in the middle of it. whenever i would speak, they
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my character's a writer. but he's sort of lost the use of words. >> reporter: the effect? mesmerizing. >> it's more of a let's see what happens. therefore the viewing experience is also that, as well. i think it will be very different to each and every person. in that term, i think it's more interactive instead of being told what you meant to think. >> reporter: bale is english but when he played batman -- >> it's very important. there's a great character here. >> reporter: he talked american in interviews. >> he's just such an american icon that everyone would sort of revolt if they heard an english voice saying he was playing batman. >> reporter: he played batman three times. in the upcoming reboot, it's ben affleck. >> how is it? >> very different from your batman. >> i've been watching the trailers with my little boy. he's excited. >> reporter: bale's not been on our screen since he was a little boy, since spielberg's "empire
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>> i loved the experience of doing it even though it was kind of strike. i was 12 years old and off in these countries by myself which i sort of loved but then you get all the press you have to do afterwards and that kind of did my head in a little bit. >> reporter: then and still now? >> always, yeah, but it's all right. the reason i love being an actor is because i'm not playing myself. something i know how to do. >> there is that, too. i left school really early and i never paid attention anyway. this isn't a career of last resort. >> reporter: it's the only choice. there is nothing else. i'm no good at anything else. >> reporter: he's amazing at this and ""knight of cups"" also amazing, unlike any movie ever seen. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> it's interesting, huh? >> it is. that movie is in theaters right now. "knight of cups," and he's an excellent actor. and he's really good at breaking down and talking to the crew members. a great viral video of christian bale going off on some crew
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you know? but you know him well. >> yes, back when we both walked the red carpet together and then he went a different direction. >> what direction would that be? >> as far as away from me. >> to his wife? >> coming up, our "insomniac theater." >> we'll be right back. theater." >> we'll be right back. everything well? this clean was like pow! it added this other level of clean to it. it just kinda like...wiped everything clean. 6x cleaning my teeth are glowing. they are so white. 6x whitening i actually really like the 2 steps. step 1, cleans step 2, whitens. every time i use this together, it felt like... ...leaving the dentist office. crest hd. 6x cleaning, 6x whitening i would switch to crest hd over what i was using before. jill and kate use the same dishwasher. same detergent. but only jill ends up with wet, spotty glasses. kate adds finish jet-dry with five power actions that dry dishes and prevent spots and film, so all that's left
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use finish jet-dry. oh, that familiar theme on a friday morning. time again for "insomniac theater." and look at what's an hitting the theaters rights now. >> if you're looking for a scare this weekend, our first film might be for you. in it a young woman named michele wakes up after surviving a terrible car accident to find she's been locked in a doomsday locker with her rescuer. he warns her the world outside
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allow her to leave. confused, michele ultimately decides to escape, but is the real danger outside the bunker, or is it within? >> no! no, don't! don't! don't open that door. you're going to get all of us killed! >> something's coming. >> oh. >> oh. well, "10 cloverfield lane" is shaping up to be a critical success with eric davis of movies.com says it's stuffed with thrills, chills and i neat little premise that keeps you guessing till the very last shot. and mike ryan of uproxx says it's one of the scariest movies i've seen in a very long time. >> because the trailer is pretty scary looking. if you're looking for laughs instead of screams, look no
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grimsby." sacha baron cohen of borat fame stars as nobby, a soccer hooligan with a heart of gold but rocks for brains after 28 years of searching, mobby is reunited with his long lost brother sebastian who happens to be a very lethal spy on the run after being wrongfully implicated in a terror plot, he must turn to his newly found brother for help and he's about to find nobby isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. >> i need you to carry me. >> come on. get over my shoulder. >> oh. >> sorry. >> get in. >> hey. >> move away from the car. >> as soon as i printed your ticket. >> come on. you'll have to drive. move. >> not that one. >> didn't expect that. critics are a bit split with pete hammon of dead line
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cohen's best since borat. there you hasn't been much since borat but henry miller of sight and sound disagrees simply calling it witless rubbish. >> rubbish. >> isn't that what we expect from sacha baron cohen movies? yeah, he's good on the rubbish part. he does it well. >> yes.
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making news in america this morning, a different tone from the republican candidates. fewer fireworks and more policy at last night's debate, but it wasn't all civil. plus, donald trump talking about the recent violence at his rally. historic flooding. entire neighborhoods surrounded by water. the national guard rescuing people from their homes. feet of rain across three states. when it's all moving out. final farewell, a ceremony today for nancy reagan, vips and celebrities on the guest list. we're live with the details. and the big bash at the

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